Distributing Donated Medical Supplies in Bolivia – September 2018
Over the past week, Mano a Mano has distributed donated medical supplies in a large-scale distribution event to people & organizations in need on Friday, September 21st.
Today, we traveled to Punata to deliver medical supplies to 4 Punata-area clinics and the Nursing Faculty:
Health Care in Bolivia – Article on the Borgen Project
Morgan Harden is a recent graduate of Kenyon College. Drawn to its story and collaborative model, she began volunteering remotely for Mano a Mano after her graduation. This work eventually led her all the way to the organization’s epicenter in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Morgan volunteered with us for a month in November 2017, and she returned to Cochabamba in early 208 to spend a few more weeks with us, before heading to Argentina to begin her Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Fellowship.
Video: From Minnesota to Bolivia: Distributing Donated Medical Supplies
Mano a Mano collects donated supplies in Minnesota and ships them to Bolivia, where they are distributed to people and organizations in need throughout the country.
Check out footage and interviews from a recent large-scale distribution of supplies at the Mano a Mano warehouse in Cochabamba, Bolivia, when more than 90,000 pounds of supplies were given away: